Jokes in category:  Jewish Jokes

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Jewish people are special in many ways, but in particular I love the many jokes about the stereo-typical Jewish lifestyle or Jewish Mothers. Let’s not forget the wonderful Yiddish sayings as well. I hope you find something here that helps to brighten up your day.

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Convert To Catholicism

Two Jewish men are strolling down the street one day when they happen to walk by a Catholic church. They see a big sign that says, “Convert to Catholicism and get $100”. One of the Jewish men stops walking and stares at the sign. His friend turns to him and […]

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Jewish Mothers Bragging About Their Sons

Miriam was bragging to her next-door neighbor Esther, about her son who was a student at university. “Why, our son is so brilliant, every time we get a letter from him we have to go to the dictionary”, Miriam said. “You are lucky”, Esther replied. “Every time we get a […]

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Rabbi Levy

During a regular early morning temple service, Rabbi Levy couldn’t help noticing that 21 year old Benny was sitting at the back of the shul looking very sad. He had his head in his hands. So at a convenient moment, Rabbi Levy goes over to him and asks, “What’s wrong, […]

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A Visit To The Rabbi

A Jewish man pays a visit to the Rabbi, “Rabbi, something terrible is happening and I have to talk to you about it.” The Rabbi asked, “What’s wrong?” The man replied, “My wife is poisoning me.” The Rabbi, very surprised by this, asks, “How can that be? Surely you must […]

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The Perfectionist Rabbi

Rabbi Mordechai Schleppman was a perfectionist and he demanded the very best of his pupils. So, it was only to be expected that he would get furious when Little Sammy handed in a poor paper for his homework. “This is the worst Yiddish essay it has ever been my misfortune […]